The Third Floor of Corinthian Hall explores Kansas City’s past, present, and future including three exhibition galleries with historical objects and limited-run exhibits, and a 42-seat theater for films, programs, and events.
Exhibition Galleries on the Third Floor:
- A Cultural & Community Restoration: 1970s to Present Day, The Edward F. Swinney Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee Gallery
- Our City, Our Stories – An exhibit featuring the personal stories of 21 Kansas Citians from racially, ethnically, and culturally diverse backgrounds and experiences
- Curating a Museum – An exhibit featuring a history of El Torreon and Cowtown Ballroom
- JE Dunn Construction Theater – A space for films and programs
The following works of contemporary art are on the Third Floor: The Battle of Kansas City by Stephen Proski, Storage Room 308 and Living Memory by Renée Cinderhouse, and Portraits of Us by Zac Laman.